Now, that the beta of latest Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Application Platform 7 is out, it is about time to explore the available Java EE 7 quickstarts and deploy your first application with JBoss Developer Studio (JDBS).
The quickstarts demonstrate JBoss EAP, Java EE 7 and a few additional technologies. They provide small, specific, working examples that can be used as a reference for your own project.
To make it a real quick start for you, I recorded a little 6 minute screen-cast about how to use JDBS to deploy the HelloWorld quickstart.
The quickstarts cover a lot more. So. make sure to check all of them and read the documentation before you start working with them.
Developers can download JBoss EAP 7 with a jboss.org account. They also need to accept the terms and conditions of the JBoss Developer Program which provides $0 subscriptions for development use only. Find out more about the JBoss Developer Program.
And while you're downloading, here are some more resources to get your started:
- Make sure to refresh your knowledge about Java EE 7
- Read about the top 10 backend features of Java EE 7
- And catch up with the top 5 frontend features.
- Get started quickly with EAP 7
- Learn about HTTP/2 support as tech preview in EAP 7